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One need not go far into this book by Addis and Oliver to realize that he has before him a work which is unusual in its straightforward objectivity. It is easy to prophesy for it an influence which may pervade medicine for a long time to come. It does more than set forth that which its title foreshadows; it points the way to a method. As did Bright in 1827 and Volhard and Fahr in 1914, the authors develop a comparison of clinical and pathological facts in order to determine the degree of correlation between them. Hence the method must
The Renal Lesion in Bright's Disease.. Ann Intern Med. 1931;5:665–666. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-5-665_2
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